Market Intel: Expanding Elderly Population Gives Leg Up To Osteoporosis Dx Growth
The global market for osteoporosis diagnostic products is expected to expand from $253m in 2015 to $304m by 2020, fueled by a rising aging population and the need to test for osteoporosis and associated fracture risk. This article offers an in-depth look at the growth markets for both bone densitometer testing and biochemical marker tests, as well as the evolving competitive landscape, and the drivers and barriers to market entry.
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